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I removed my m.2 ssd sticker when I installed it. Would it break quickly?

 I heard its used as a heat spreader, I didnt know. Would this have any effect on my ssd? I know this is dumb but I didnt know about this until a couple days ago.IF you were wondering what m2 ssd I have its the Crucial P1 3D NAND NVMe M.2

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No. In 99.999999% of cases, your m.2 SSD is going to be cooled just fine by passive airflow in your case. A sticker isn't going to make any difference (other than maybe voiding your warranty, depending on where you live).

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29 minutes ago, HolaComae said:

 I heard its used as a heat spreader, I didnt know. Would this have any effect on my ssd? I know this is dumb but I didnt know about this until a couple days ago.IF you were wondering what m2 ssd I have its the Crucial P1 3D NAND NVMe M.2

At most it will just potentially impact the performance of the drive. The NAND chips work most efficiently when they're toasty. The controller, on the other hand, can get too hot, and needs to have the heat removed in some form or fashion. The spreader label serves to dissipate heat from the controller to the NAND chips. You case cooling in general should be sufficient to cool the controller, but the NAND might not be as warm as it would like. That just means it won't be able to access the data in the cells as quickly, but it shouldn't be a dramatic drop in performance.

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